Robert Streb's sand wedge has an awesome inscription this week

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Robert Streb's sand wedge, after serving as his putter last week, now boasts an encouraging message.
By John Holmes
PGA.com

Series: Golf Buzz

Published: Thursday, July 09, 2015 | 6:09 p.m.
 
All of us golfers love our clubs, but few of us love them as much as PGA Tour player Robert Streb loves his. We found this out a couple months ago, when Streb showed up at The Players Championship with a 60-degree wedge festooned with an image of TPC Sawgrass' famed "island green" 17th hole.
 
And though that wedge is clearly a work of art, Streb doesn't hesitate to make his wedges work overtime. We found this out on Sunday, when he accidentally broke his putter on the ninth hole of the final round of the Greenbrier Classic and had to use his sand wedge to putt for the rest of his round.
 
Most of us would have been doomed. Streb, however, wedge-putted like a champ – he made five birdie putts, and wound up tying for the lead before finally losing out to Danny Lee in sudden death.
 
That was an amazing feat, and wedge wizard Aaron Dill of vokey Wedges commemorated it by adding a special inscription to it. As you can see below, it’s quite motivational: